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Poster: hippie64 Date: May 26, 2010 6:26pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Taste in burning shows to cd .

My burned Mp3 disc's have date/city/setlist marked on the disc with a sharpie and are kept in binders, some are in paper sleeves. I have a travel binder that holds maybe 50 disc's, and the disc's in that particular one gets rotated heavily.
All my FLAC shows get the proper treatment with a case and cover, usually intact, sometimes I leave out tunings, most of the time I dont. I do also occasionally leave off DRMS and SPC, but thats on later shows. Earlier shows with only drums I dont omit. I won't leave anyone's song off my GD Cd's I figure that's what the track button is for,
I do love to make mix Cd's, I love to throw a disc or two together when a road trip is on the to-do list.
Jerry mixes, Bobby mixes, Jerry Dead/Jerry Band. Bobby Dead/RatDog, most always my mixes are era specific, the same with non-Dead.
I've thought about making a Donna mix cd of some of her prime screeching and wailing for our annual Halloween haunted house, suggestions anyone?

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Poster: Dudley Dead Date: May 26, 2010 10:10pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Taste in burning shows to cd .

That "Worst of Donna Jean" cd would certainly be dangerous !
I should say that I have on occasion, redone shows , to get the whole thing ,
especially if I get a much better sounding source .